Rusenova N, Parvanov P
Trakia Journal of Sciences, 2009
Twelve essential oils were tested for their inhibitory activity against some microorganisms of veterinary interest using disc diffusion procedure and the most active were selected for further study in agar dilution method. Disc diffusion technique showed variation in the antimicrobial activity of selected essential oils. According to agar dilution method, the most potent essential oils were cinnamon, oregano, lemongrass and thyme. MICs were tested at concentrations ranging from 2.0 to 0.008% (v/v). These inhibitory effects are interesting in relation to treatment of bacterial and yeast infections in animals.
Rusenova N, Parvanov P. Antimicrobial activities of twelve essential oils against microorganisms of veterinary importance. Trakia Journal of Sciences. 2009;7(1):37-43.